We started all this Zone stuff way back in 2008 (ahhh, feels like just yesterday).
I yammered about my love of The Zone & offered to hit Dr. Sears up with some of your questions when I had the opportunity to bombard him with a few of mine.
Please to grab a 40/30/30 snack, a bottle of water, take a seat & enjoy
One concept which stuck with me from your first book is the notion that, if you crave sweets, you should look back at your last meal. Chances are the meal contained too many processed carbohydrates. That experience is entirely true for me: when I long for ice cream 99% of the time my last meal was carbheavy. Why does that happen?
I love protein bars. LOVE. They don’t tend to satisfy me, however, except for the Dr. Sears Zone TM brand —why is that? The higher fat content? The type of carbohydrates used in them? I need to know.
Do we really require omega 3 capsule supplementation? Im a skeptic. Cant we get enough through eating a healthy and varied diet & with the addition of my beloved ground flax seeds?
I let my Toddler Tornado eat Zone cereal. She loves it (apple doesnt fall far from the proteinlovin’ tree up in herre). Our pediatrician agrees that there is nothing wrong with doing so. What would you suggest I say to
Can you explain, in lay(wo)man’s terms for the Bumbling Band, how fat loss and insulin levels are inextricably tied?
What studies have been published that support The Zone diet? Any?
I think the Zone SOUNDS easy, but I wonder in practicality how simple it could be. I need simple.
If a person doesn’t eat much meat, what are the best ways to substitute lean protein, keeping in mind a person can only eat tofu so many times a week….
How is the Zone for those of us who eat only seafood/eggs/cheese but no other meat products?
How can we do the Zone on a limited budget (MizFit note: I loved this commentquestion! so applicable in today’s economy)?
As a runner and an endurance athlete, how can I follow and/or modify the zone diet to work for me?
To be honest I don’t ‘get’ any of the inflammation stuff. Can you explain on a very basic level?
There you go, People. Dr. Sears has spoken and you (& I) asked the questions.
Whatcha thinking now?
Need a follow-up?
Wanna challenge Dr. Sears to a
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